By VintageNewscast
About this podcast
Starting January 2016, I will be creating tutorials that will cover a range of subjects dealing with legal web streaming software. This will include software like Rhapsody, Spotify, and anything else dealing with legal streaming. The new way to get our classic music!!

Episodes (Total: 262 / Page: 1)
Feb. 16, 2017
Feb. 15, 2017
Hello my beloved blog readers!! Well, if you haven’t heard already, Prince passed away without having a will, and the powers that be were/still are scrambling to figure out how to manage his $$$$$ estate. Prince made it known that he did not want to have his music streamed by any streaming service, because he […]
Feb. 5, 2017
Some of you know just how much I loved Angela Mao from back in the day, but I haven’t really written about her. I want to take the time to talk about someone who could have been (in my opinion) the next best thing to Bruce Lee. Yeah, I know I know, a ton of […]
Jan. 25, 2017
As an artist, I think this was a very clever ad. It actually does make it more enticing in a way. However, the spaghetti and meatball from Chef Boyardee now-a-days is far from delicious. About several years ago, I was so hungry one day, and I was too tired to cook a meal, so I […]
Jan. 23, 2017
Today, I’d like to honor the dynamic husband and wife duo, the late Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson (living). Nick always reminded me of the lion from the wizard of oz. When I was a kid I actually thought he was the guy that played him for awhile. Woow, talk about once great one of […]
Jan. 14, 2017
I normally don’t like “B” movies, unless it is Blaxploitation. However, this shit here? Despite the 4.8 IMDB rating, I found this movie to be fucking hilarious! Just the title of the movie alone, got me laughing about 5 minutes. I immediately knew that I needed to search for it, and watch it as soon […]
Jan. 11, 2017
Yuk!! I don’t care how good looking a guy was, if he wore plaid, it would be a no go! LOLOLOL!!! I’m not sure why, but I absolutely hated plaid when I was young. It was just something about it that I hated. I wasn’t sure if it was the actual design, the colors, or […]
Jan. 6, 2017
Ok guys! We have to take a moment to reflect on another forgotten group, The Delfonics. The Delfonics was a Philadelphian group, and had tons of hits spanning 1965 to about 1979. The group originally started with Randy Cain, William and Wilbert Hart, and Ritchie Daniels. Randy left the group and was replaced with Major Harris […]
Jan. 4, 2017
Since (technically), this is my personal blog, I felt that it would be very appropriate to share this piece of myself. Unfortunately, when it comes to weight, I’ve never been the type of person to share a bunch of “before and after photos.” Not that I was embarrassed or anything, it’s just that sometimes that […]
Dec. 28, 2016
Don’t Breathe (2016), IMDB, YouTube trailer. Starring, Stephen Lang, Jane Levy, Dylan Minnette (whom I ALWAYS mistaken him for one of the Jonas brothers (by the way, all of the Jonas brother grew up to be very handsome men IMHO). If you like thriller movies, this will NOT disappoint you in my humble opinion. You […]
Dec. 21, 2016
I was thinking, when was it the last time I actually purchased an album, or a CD? Wow! I really couldn’t remember! The best estimate I can make is some time about the beginning of the 1990s, which is still a pretty long time. Now, this goes to show you how technology has effected all […]
Dec. 15, 2016
Well, it looks like we’re finally here! Wow, looking back, I remember a time (during the old Napster days), when both the music and movie industry were totally against the internet. Look at how times has changed! Before, the only way you were allowed to download a movie, was unless you paid per-download for it. […]
Dec. 7, 2016
I don’t know about you guys, but I LOVE me some Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. The string of hits they produced back in the day was just astounding. The had a distinct sound (which in my opinion was more like a doo-wop and pop mix), and I can’t recall anyone at the moment […]
Nov. 20, 2016
Lipps Inc. was a very popular dance musical group during the early 80s. They were a hit all over the world including Hong Kong and Australia. You may remember them by one of their biggest hit of their career called “Funkytown (1979).” The song “Funkytown” catapulted their carer in the same way that “Rapper’s Delight” […]
Nov. 14, 2016
Although my blog is still dedicated to the classics, I think it’s so important that we support Creative Commons. I discovered this group about a couple of months ago. They play jazz and mostly reggae music. They make a lot of good albums, however, this is my favorite so far. It is all instrumental reggae, […]
Nov. 7, 2016
Wow. I don’t think they do this anymore in schools. I can’t believe I found this. I don’t remember receiving any kind of training like this (other than for a fire drill). “The rude, clumsy puppet Mr. Bungle shows kids how to behave in the school cafeteria – the assumption being that kids actually want […]
Nov. 7, 2016
I absolutely LOOOOOOOOVVVVEEEEEEEEE Gloria Estefan! I just HAD to share this photo of her.  She is on the front page of Spry Living’s magazine, which was in this past Sunday’s “Daily News.” This bitch is GORGEOUS!! She hasn’t aged one day, not ONE!!!! I am so happy for her, I mean for real! I’m really […]
Oct. 20, 2016
  I love to watch foreign movies. However, normally I don’t watch Spanish movies, only because the movies that are marketed to the United States, or English speaking countries, only play up to the stereo types (as if it is the only way it will sell). Maybe I’m looking in the wrong places? I mean, […]
Oct. 15, 2016
I’d like to share something I’ve gone through with Hulu a couple of months ago; I think it makes a great blog post. Actually, it wasn’t Hulu’s fault, it was the movie studio. A while ago I written an article discussing the fact that the movie industry is going through the same withdrawals the music […]
Oct. 7, 2016
Wow, it’s almost Halloween already! Well, in the spirit of Halloween, I was thinking of a nice classic to write about. Then I thought of the original Carrie (1976). I think most would agree that this is one of the scariest, and to some extent realistic horror movie ever made! This is the best movie […]
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